Effortlessly Classic Mom on the Street: Julie Liebler

Julie Liebler

Whether working as a realtor or serve on different boards, Effortlessly Classic Mom on the Street Julie Liebler has great style and shows her sense for fashion!

Meet Julie

Effortlessly Classic Mom on the Street Julie Liebler has a fresh and polished approach to style that can always put a smile on your face. When not working as a full-time Realtor with Berkshire Hathaway Towne Realty, Julie, an avid runner, enjoys spending time with her husband, Matt, and daughters, Laura and Susanna.  Julie is involved with the board of the Norfolk Academy Alumni Association, the board of Beach Day School, and the Junior Virginia Beach Garden Club.

Effortlessly Classic Style

Which three words best describe your style? Classic with pops of trendy, flattering, effortless

What are your favorite places to shop? Wherever Lexi Rawls tells me to shop. Bahama Shop, ShopBop, and TJMaxx.

Who’s your favorite style icon? It’s a toss-up between Blake Lively and Duchess of Cambridge.  Both are very different, but The Duchess of Cambridge as foundation, with accents of Blake Lively.

What’s your best style advice? My best advice is to not take style advice from me, but I’ll play it safe and say ….  wear what fits YOU.

What article of clothing/accessory would you not want to live without? A really good bra in 3 colors. Nude, black and white.

Which trend would you want to see make a comeback? The Velour Tracksuit – so 2000 and so comfy!  Just not with Juicy on the bottom.

What should NEVER make a comeback? Sweater vests.

What fashion/style did you love at the time, but now cringe when you see old photos?  Popcorn shirts – the impressive little mini shirts that expanded when you wore them.

What’s your best style secret? 1) Doubling black Lululemon leggings as day outfit turned to pm exercise gear and 2) Dry shampoo for volume

Stilettos or flats?  Flats.  But flats in a fun color or print.

Effortlessly Classic Family

What’s been your best family vacation? My best friend has a summer home in Quononchontaug RI (hitting the carousel in Watch Hill, stalking Taylor Swift’s house (also in Watch Hill), taking the boat to Block Island, eating lobster, watching fireworks)

Best parenting advice: God – Spouse – Kids

Parenting true confession:  My kids impress me every day with their craft projects, but I throw almost everything away.  And I make an extra effort to bury their artwork at the bottom of the trashcan to avoid any hurt feelings.

What’s your go-to family dinner? I need cooking lessons!  Whole Foods Organic Rotisserie chicken, peas and Stouffer’s baked apples.  Ice Crean Sandwiches for dessert.

What’s your favorite family restaurant?  Nicks. My girls love hushpuppies.  And there is actually a decent crowd at 5:30 pm.

Effortlessly Classic Life

What’s your favorite show to binge watch? Antique Roadshow and Million Dollar Listing

What’s your favorite beach read? MLS

What’s the best song to dance to when nobody’s watching? Lil’ Wayne’s Uproar featuring Swizz Beats.  The edited version, of course.

If you could go shopping with anyone from history, living or deceased, who would it be? Notorious B.I.G. (because he loved Versace)

What’s at the top of your travel bucket list? So many, but definitely Africa and Greece.

What’s your favorite way to unwind at the end of a long day? Nothing makes me happier than a good run!  Running is my sanity.

Your Effortlessly Classic Style

We love the way that Julie’s style is elegant, yet approachable. She chooses flattering and classic pieces but adds the right pops of color and accessories to make her outfits fun and unique. As a busy working mom, she’s also really smart about her clothing ensembles by picking pieces you can dress up or down as you need to. But as much as we love Julie’s style, we love the way that she brings such effervescent joy into her relationships with her clients, friends, and family.

For more style profiles on inspirational and stylish women like Julie, check out FamilyApp’s Mom on the Street Channel.

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